I haven't been in school for a year. I used to exercise a lot. I used to be in sports. I don't do that anymore. It takes everything I have just to get up and do things I do now, which is hang out in
Jose was diagnosed December 28th. He had surgery right away. They removed the tumor, but it had already spread to his spine. They thought he had some spots on his head, but they couldn’t figure out
I did a week of straight drip treatments, and then I was in the hospital recuperating for a month. Since I've been out, I did a couple of treatments at home. Now I go once a month to an oncology
I became a cancer survivor on April 27, 1999. I had been ailing for about eight months. I was admitted on a Thursday morning and had testing all day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Sunday, the
I became a cancer survivor in 1992. It’s metastatic because it returned in 1998. What I have is so rare that the first time I was diagnosed, the doctors didn’t know how to treat it. They did surgery
Survivorship, to me, means having incorporated my cancer experience into my life in a positive way. I’m not gonna say it was the best thing that ever happened to me, because it’s a terrible disease.
I became a survivor in 1983, and I had mixed cellularity Hodgkin’s disease, Stage IIB. I had a large nodule lump on my neck. It took about a year to finally get a diagnosis. I ended up spending a week